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You are riding your bicycle at a speed of 12 ft/s. Four seconds later, you come to a complete stop. Find the acceleration of your bicycle. Help! and explain it too please?

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12 ft. per second x 4 seconds --------------- 48 ft.
explain plz?

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multiply 12 and 4 to get 48,then label them accordingly
... rly? i mean got 3 for my answer, 12 ft/s / 4 = 3ft per sec stopping
wait,do you want to find out the acceleration of the bicycle while it was moving,or the acceleration of when it was stopping?
well da paper doesnt say it specificly,but i'll think stoping
IDK how to find the answer to when it was stopping
Were you unsatisfied with my and Valpey's answer linked above? What can I clarify?

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